Say goodbye to summer and glam up your fall/winter style with a brand new look. From the red carpet to the catwalks and soon can be found cruising the streets, Autumn Winter 2014 collections offers a varied array of design styles. From statement coats to decade pieces, as well as fairytale inspired designs, the possibilities are endless. The offerings for fall and winter are anything but boring and will guarantee to make you stand out.
Are you ready to be “hairy”? Topping the list for the most visible trend this season are the “hairy” accents. From furs, feathers, fuzz, fringe and other embellishments, this fixture are found on coats, sleeves, scarves, head-gears, collars and hand bags in the designers’ collections. In Milan, Fendi went all out adding maw hawk-like accents on the neck and shoulders of his futuristic sci-fi collection. Roberto Cavalli not only had models parade in hairy furs, but sister brand, Just Cavalli, featured many hairy pieces that included handbags, collars, shoes, jackets, vests and more. In New York, Prabal Garung, who probably had the hairiest collection of all, was inspired by Nepalese nomads in his usual well crafted and fashion forward pieces. Overall, designers certainly impressed us with their creative takes on this bold and eye-catching trend, making it the number 1 fashion must have for the season.
Here’s the complete list of Fashion One’s Top 10 Trends Autumn Winter 2014:
“The designers have outdone themselves with this year’s Autumn Winter designs, giving us a variety of interesting pieces to choose from,” executive producer Ashley Jordan commented, “From our coverage of this season’s fashion weeks, we have listed out the most prominent trends from our favourite designers’ collections to inspire and guide our viewers in their fashion choices.”
Top 10 Trends Autumn Winter 2014 will premiere on September 30, Tuesday at 21:30 (GMT+8 for Asia / GMT+2 for the rest of Europe). Check your cable operators for your local TV channel listing.
The Top 10 Special is part of Fashion One’s original programming, created by executive producers Michael Gleissner and Ashley Jordan, with Aida Murgia as series producer.